Palacio de Jabalquinto, Baeza

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  • The facade of this Palace is at the end of the 15th century, and clearly represents the isabelline Gothic style. It is decorated with tips of muqarnas, ties, coats, diamond, etc. Mudejar influences can also be seen. The gateway, is formed by an ogee arch bordered by small figures. It is currently the headquarters of the International University, Antonio Machado. The entrance is free
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  • Very nice the Palace as a whole and the central courtyard in particular, and the facade is impressive and the whole of the building is part of the International University.
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  • This Palace is in front of a Romanesque church (only place that do not allow photos and that is always closed, I think that because there are images of Holy week and saved them with zeal). The Palace has a beautiful front and a worth seeing, with a central fountain and orange trees cloister to your around, children can play safely, and without much comment incidentally. There is a rise of interesting staircase, Peri is forbidden step (no one monitors it). And from above they can spend some of your reel in good photographs. Quick visit, no more than 10 minutes if you like to see, if it is not thus, 5 minutes are enough. To exit this Romanesque church, and on the right side the University of Antonio Machado, where you can see your classroom and its cloister.
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  • . Amazing! Like a lot of the rest of the town, this Renaissance-style palace has somehow managed to survive the vicissitudes of the centuries to present this beautiful face today. It has obviously been modernised and restored, as it now has electric lights, central heating and modern plumbing, all unknown when it was built, of course! But it has been done so sympathetically that it does not intrude on the original splendour. You must go inside - it's a university college but just walk straight in - and see the cloister. You can sit there a while and ponder, read a book. Preferably not eat a sandwich - it is a place of learning and not a picnic place! Take photos - it's gorgeous inside and out. .
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  • It is beautiful, I recommend go and appreciate every detail of this place. Actually expected something more from the classroom of Antonio Machado, the writings that are displayed do not contribute much and it is so tiny and "sosilla" that it doesn't impress. But when you rememoras his works being in that place where he taught classes in French (and imagination) can transport you to the time and it is very nice =)
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  • Here in the seventies of the last century there was a student residence, colegio san Felipe Neri less. Directed by Don Juan Parraga and Don Manuel. We resist there many students of the Institute of secondary education Holy Trinity of Baeza. Now, of those residents, good parents, and good professionals, physical, journalists, judges, mathematicians, lawyers, entrepreneurs, etc. It was a great social work of these diocesan priests.
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